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March 31, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 133) • Page Image 1

…t t pg ~'' FA L ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN FRIDAY, MARCH 31, 1922 "I . MC CONNELL WILL TALK HERE SUNDAY Dr. Francis J. McConnell, bishop of the Methodist church, of Pittsburg,' Pa., will be the speaker at Univer- sity services in Hill auditorium this Sunday night. Changing the plan from previous services this one will begin at 7:30 o'clock instead of 7 o'clock. ED Bishop McConnell graduated from Ohio Wesleyan university in 1894, re- ceivi...…

March 31, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 133) • Page Image 2

…a... ablished ever morning except Monday during the University ,y the Board in Control of Student Publications. MEMBER OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS he Associated Press is excluesiely entitled to the use fhr kosation of all news dispabches credited to it or notrq*erwisee d * this paper and tea" sets publisiked treit at the 3 SSoA at AnA Axbe. brMkIaio s te s -od tcriptlo hbyeowiw.or snaill SS.e etn: A i Arbor Press Building. L'aeAd Streit. aoS a us...…

March 31, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 133) • Page Image 3

…UBLICATIONS' NOTICE Graduate Ci1b Party Saturday o'clock Saturday evening Graduate club will hold a combined bymnasium. Refreshmen card party and dancing party at 8:30 provided, admission free. will be A Al S lYE public- n on the a Press lies some rning the instituted ;o, super- It takes adside, 10 y mail to through-i ar to the r univer- lal news Managing editors and business managers of Tie Michi- gan Daily, Michiganensian, Gargoyle, ...…

March 31, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 133) • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY _ + .. . . i . .. ". .. ,. " f . r, " i w fa mot"" " W " + " w "4 - y f . _ .- , r i ", , .. ... ,, 1 -14 .-- Fails To retrieve Lost Title From Schaefer Schaefer successfully defend- le as world's champion 18.2 billiard player against "Wil- pe, the challenger, and for .rs the holder of the chamn- The final block was played >sday night in Chicago before udience. The two men were ether during the three nights rnament an...…

March 31, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 133) • Page Image 5

…w, D{ *AU~ 1 TEN present time, about S men have up for practice. Regular work- wice a week, will start immed- after the spring recess. Work elude all forms of advanced ap- s exercises and also tumbling. erines Formerly Among Best ,ne time Michigan's gymnasium xas recognized as being among st in the country. Exhibitions iven throughout the state and m gained prominence all over ddle West. When the Univer-. itered the Conference Dr. May reed...…

March 31, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 133) • Page Image 6

…' OF HIGH. SCHOOLS! "It is my conviction that the high school pupil of today is neither a moralI d pervert nor a saint," declared Pres. J. W. Laird, of Albion college, in ad- dressing the Michigan Schoolmaster's club yesterday morning. President Laird said that he f'elt that ,real moral progress was being made by the E younger generation of today. Al- though it is necessary that church - and school be separated Dr. Laird e said that in his opi...…

March 31, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 133) • Page Image 7

…- a - onen and townswom- ly invited to come to anual luncheon to lbe at Barbour g~ymnas- ay be obtained at the ordan, the office of the aton in Alumni Morn- t Graham's bookstore. Chaperons for dances over the week end are: Union-Friday, M~~rs. E. G. Hleartt; Saturday, Mrs. H-. G. Berger; Armory-Friday, Mrs. H. B. Lazell; SaiturdayN, Mrs. Yates Adams. Mortarboard will continue its sale of. gloves for the benefit of its schol- arship fund from ...…

March 31, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 133) • Page Image 8

…DIAL DULLI I IN 1p.m.6 (11:0a. n. Saturdays.) MARCH 31,192 Number 138 lonvocatIon: sity Convocation, at which Dr. George Ed- t 11 a. m. Friday, March 31, in Hill Audi- d on the stage. Members of the Faculties ear doors of the Auditorium, passing di- ng any seats that are not labeled. There ns, and the guests invited to form part of he dressing rooms on the first floor on the py the seats which will be designated for Clnh I of the Michigan Ac...…

March 30, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 132) • Page Image 1

…RAT WARMER. TODAY I 001 rAif ian 4 -4:) at, ~11 DAY AD ,: No. 132 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1922 PRICE p t: SENRS INORSE .F OR ' . 'EXERCISE LIT, CLASS COUMIITTEEMEN AD.- VOCATE COMMENCEMENT PROPOSAL SAY ALTERNATIVE IS EXCLUSION OF ALUMNI Dates for ,Major Events of Gradua tion Week Announced by W. B. Rea, '22 Committee chairmen of the senior literary class went on record yester- day in favor of holding the Con- mence...…

March 30, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 132) • Page Image 2

…Monday during the Unier tudent Publications. OCIATED PRESS 6vel entitled to the use credited to it or not otheri news published therela. a Arbor, Michigan as sew $3.50. ng, Maynard Street. 1, 2414. If. a Big fai ) oice.Unign o manuscript sentiments express I- ------....BRZWSTZR P. CAMPBZ .Joseph A. Bernst ---------.--- P.L Iovejoy, ...... ..................J. B. You G. P. Overton i M. B. Stahl !ht Paul Watzel. an....................L. A...…

March 30, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 132) • Page Image 3

…1R. O. T. C. RECEIVES ARMY RADIO SETS *-I I' of Su 1y be Bets: BY DEAN KRAUS cements of .courses n the coming Sum- it and may be se- of the Dean of the is afternoon. The r, is of 176' pages, ete information as eases likely to be as a detailed ac- s to be offered in l this year. n made in the of- session it has been ing the month of umber of inquiries nmer session and -ues has- increased cent to this time urses have been its year and exte...…

March 30, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 132) • Page Image 4

… .". w . w . « . " . ". -I a. , -., id --- acksters Hope To Start )n Ferry Field By onday ouraged by an indoor has been anything but cess, Coach Steve Far- Varsity tracksters will 'erry field cinder path er permitting. Work- . grooming the outdoor ast three weeks and it shape that the change 'elcome to the squad. regime of more than arge of the track activ- Steve had a poorer in-; door season. Chicago was conquer- ed by an overwhelmin...…

March 30, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 132) • Page Image 5

…uts r ITCHI have been corn- show tonight at oh Sullivan an- f the contestants been made to in- tertainment, and sfy the student In the opening bout at 116 pounds ,ahikian will be opposed by Schemm. 3oth men are in a class by them- selves for speed and cleverness andI are in top-notch condition.{ Bernbaum Meets Jenkins Bernbailm will meet Jenkins at 125 pounds and the bout promises to dis- lose plenty of action. Both men arej xperienced and ...…

March 30, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 132) • Page Image 6

…< i I t f i AN ®r .ei 1 .' r LE YOU LING-UP that we wt furni- old. Re-. r it and nto fine ure, nice ;race the ceit it LOT POA s A IF you neglect your plumb- ing needs they seem to increase as rapidly as a snowball rolling down hill. If 'there's something wrong with your plumbing it will cost you less money to have it attended to at once than to put it off for a while. WM. HOCHREIN- PLU]IllWNG & HEATIG Phone 525 211, South Fourth Avenue ...…

March 30, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 132) • Page Image 7

…EI 4:c play and II Freshman lits are requested to mnail their class dues to D, E. Johnson, 1443 Washtenaw ave- hue at once. No applications for Fresh Frolic tickets will be considered unless dues are paid. rr M ..__f F M "I 1 11 1 meet at 7:30 at Martha , , , , I swom- >me to ainea at tne office of the lumni Mem- ' bookstore. for a bi-annual re- he Gamma Phi Beta anned to give at noon been changed because give i by the Women's wing...…

March 30, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 132) • Page Image 8

…IFFICIAL BULLETIN ed until 8:30 p. a. (11:30 a. . Saturdays.) THURSDAY, MARCH 30, 1922 'umber 132 embers of the University: the request of the Student Council, the Deans of the tniversity erence on March 22 voted to hold a University Convocation in Hill m on Friday, March 31, at 11 a. m. All class and laboratory exer-" he entire University will be suspended for the 11 o'clock hour on This announcement will not affect in any way the clinics ...…

March 29, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 131) • Page Image 1

…I r JAk A6P :43 at A '' DAY AND NIGE I SEE vICI >. 131 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN WEDNESDAY, MARCH 29, 1922 PR~ TES ON ITATlONS' NT T ODY EBATE PRECEDE TO CAST )VERNMENT LEADERS SEE UNANIMOUS POLL .den Action by Senate May Result in Passing on All Covenants Before Adjournment (By Associated Press) Vashington, March 28.-Five hours debate on the naval limitations ity today revealed a practically nimous feeling in its favor and re- ed in an a...…

March 29, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 131) • Page Image 2

…ivelentiti t. the usefo credited to it or not otherwise news published thruin. n Arbor, ichigan as secoad se Stree. , if signed, the signa- lan evidence of faith, e Daily at the discer. ,office. Unsigned DNo manuscript will esentiments expressed IAL STAFF hone 2414 .....BRI~WSTZR P. CAMPBEr L . .........Joseph A. Bernstein ................U. P. Lovejoy, Jr. ...................... J. B. Young G. P. Overton M. B. Stahl Paul Watzel tempt at c...…

March 29, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 131) • Page Image 3

…' ... , ,, } ,_ . _ :obe 4w Delicious and Refreshing c-s The Co!a-Cola Co. Atlanta, Ga. \v _ j_ : _ i ! =" - - _- ! " ..q , '" ' '-' ,, t 1 C T HE finishing touch for that, new Spring suit-aA smart Bat-wing tie of English Twill. Unusual designs 0d striking colour effects- 4 d t r All Genuine Cheney Cravais have the name stamped in sthe neckband IN AUTO ACCIDENT A fatal automobile crash on a train crossing near Bloomington, Ind., re- s...…

March 29, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 131) • Page Image 4

…11 New York, March 28.-Representa- tives of Harvard, Yale, and Princeton gathered today to discuss athletic up- lift action and to come to an agree- ment which will bind these three east- ern universities on the field of sports. ADRIAN-ANN ARBOR BUS SCHEDULE~ EFFZCTIV rOCT. zoo r12 Read Down Central Standard Time A.M. P.M. P M. A&PM Daily Daily Daily Daily 7:30 1:3o Lv... Adrian ..Ar. 7.00 12:45 8:05 2 @5 .... Tecumsek . ... 6:25 1:1o 8:25 2:...…

March 29, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 131) • Page Image 5

…: : J '. 1 t 0 t" ... .. r '" _ . . .,, . . , R 4 ..!: "" ;- iwW ,.,, ~'O " A 9 - most ii --- -- .,.. .. . ....._.._ .._r,.,._.., ..........r.., . . .._ _, ... _..,, .,. TERSCHOLASTIC BASKETBALL1 INT BEGINS HERE TOMORROWH Quartet of Big Ten Diamond Teams Will Figure In 1922 Titular Race s and House tajin Visitors Week-end Clubs Will During EIGHT TEAMS WILL BATTLE FOR CLASS A CHAMPIONSIP Eight high school basketball teams, champions...…

March 29, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 131) • Page Image 6

…stem CJAMPUS WRES1~TLI1NG TOURINEY me a pected Semifinls hve eenreaciie inaries. Semifinas hae ben rache inpounds, several weights in the AUl-campus Mc~lur, wrestling tournament. Yesterday's Galowa; s eliminated a number of the CAMEIFRON, FORMEIIR DMAIiAGtI.4 ad the matches today are ex- OF( 1HjGAN' ADIESj to take care of all preliminb Today's matches are: 125 Halberg vs. Toy; 135 pounds~, Word has been received of the e vs. Babcock; 175 pou...…

March 29, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 131) • Page Image 7

…Candies We make :hocolates re always tried icious special I STUDBENT QUESTIONS WR MAINTAINS ENGLISH BOOKS ARE TOO ADVANCED AND LACK IN " FUNDAMENTALS , Editor, The Michigan Daily:- It seems to me that Professor Wen- 5 ley has formed a sort of habit in get- 5 ting his text books from Englsh uni- 5 versties for a few of his courses in philosophy. I say this with not the least prejudice against English schools and authors nor against the prof...…

March 29, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 131) • Page Image 8

…League HOUSES pLANSTUNTS FOR LEAGUE BENEFIT1 e -7 e WEARIG AL'PAREL TO BE SOLD s TODAY AM) TOMORROW AT Alphi Phi "4ouse stunt" for th NEE DANCE %ve been sent out by rity to a tea-dansant the benefit of the e campaign fund from urday afternoon in the 1 ball room. Tickets for this affair at Gra- r's book stores and at 3 Fletcher drug store. the dancing for which stra will furnish the >r bridge will be pro- who do not care to League. The ca...…

March 29, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 131) • Page Image 9

…)MEN TODE ON SENIOR ean John R. Eflinger, of the liter- college, has received a memor- umfrom Pres. Frank Aydelotte, Swarthmore college, the American 'etary of Rhodes' scholarships, tive to the election of Ralph Car- '17, to the presidency of the Ox- tunion. long with the memorandum Presi- t Aydelotte sent a copy of a letter congratulation which he, in his wcity of secretary of the Rhodes' ,irships in America, sent Carson. letter, in brief, c...…

March 29, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 131) • Page Image 10

…iL Sturdyu) 1922 Number 181 dent Council, the Deans of the University ed to hold a University Convocation in Hill at 11 a. m. All class and laboratory exer- 1l be suspended for the 11 o'clock hour on 1 not affect in any way the clinics in the of Dentistry. ents and of the various Faculties are asked 111 Auditorium prior to 10:45 a. M., mptly at 11:10 a. m. Club, meeting in Ann Arbor this sity at the Convocation and will f Edgar Vincent, P...…

March 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 130) • Page Image 1

…I r 43AL ! . I I D r. - No. 130 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN TUESDAY. MARCH 28. 1922 t w: . t IIPITII ONAL PENS i )IIASM I SAYS OLD STYLE HOMES ARE BEST fl 'UNIN IRLS MAY Detroit Symphony Orchestra With riiir 0I V AHAIN Netzorg Concludes Concert Series MEMBERS, S SPEAK "Show me a nation of home owners and I'll show you a stable govern- menti said 'Harry F. 1enard, presi- dent of the Detroit real estate board. in an address &iven be...…

March 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 130) • Page Image 2

…and thus will get away f rom the tigma which sometimes attaches unique or brilliant uniforms. Th miusic the way it ought to be playi ited as a body of gentlemen. lIt i the concert tour, even~ aside from an's prestige, will help to convince is that the Varsity band is a worth in of capable musicians, and not :rum aggregation of blaring wini a haru mers. e~ sentiments expressed LFF .4 NSTER P. CAMPBUIL .....Joseph A. Bernstein ...... ..J. B. Y...…

March 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 130) • Page Image 3

…1 ---a. I t Harrison' REPRESENTING rthur M. Rosenberg Co. TA NEW HAVEN. CONN.' Will exhibit their samples and materials of spring fabrics Tomorrow, March2 9 COAL STRIKE FOURTH CONFLICT FOR LEADER PRESIDENT LEWIS HAS LED WORKERS IN THREE BIG FIGHTS Indianapolis, nd., March 27--As the leader in the impending nation-wide coal strike,John L Lewis, president of 'the United Mine Workers of Amer- ica, will enter his fourth big indus- t...…

March 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 130) • Page Image 4

…I DAILY ... ... .. . "..- . .;, ,. . «, ,.,. " . . . . .y . .* . " ,. . . .. . ,, .. . " +" . .;, r *" y ", a :;. " " ,. _ .. y' " " . .. .' ' 1, .. ". . f / y. 0 . ' a ".!. T .,. . .l ." .. .. ,. . .,. ,. f" " .. . " . " "r . ter. . "." a a "" " " f f w " " '. I a " " " w " f " .""" "". r " " ." " .. a s ' " . 1" " ,1' M .. « !. t _ h .. 1 East spent most of his time in New York ie Law and Boston, but visited Harvard uni- lay for versit...…

March 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 130) • Page Image 5

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY _ 20 PITCHERS FIGHT FOR REGULARi TASTY DUTY ARE BEING GROOMED BY FISHER TO MEET SEASONED DIXIE NINES Hampered by the inclemency of the weather Coach Fisher was forced to limit yesterday's practice to battery men alone. The Michigan, mentor is of the opinion that the Wolverines' chances this year depend largely upon the ability of the pitching staff to be in the best of condition when the Confer- ence season opens. Unfavorab...…

March 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 130) • Page Image 6

…THE MICE 4 DAILY THE MICE C I DAILY -T-- gold was discovered embedded in a 49 street just off the campst. The gold passed the boiling acid test and for u- a time it looked as if a second rush ia of '49 was imminent until it was or found that the chunk of precious of metal was only an isolated case. SUPPLY STORE University Ave. Architects' Materials Pens Loose Leaf Books and Supplies WESLEY HALL WILL BE, NEW METHODIST CENTER i s GERK...…

March 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 130) • Page Image 7

…ALK 11 USTRIAL QUESTION DISCUSSED BY WOMEN; I* l T - "Hiking and Mountain Climbing" lay was the subject of the talk by Dr. Cora ad J. Best before the athletic section of the Faculty Women's club on Satur- day afternoon. From 3 to 4 o'clock the tus members, led by Dr. Best, took a cross nay country hike around the boulevard. 12 Following the hike, a meeting was held at the home of Mrs. Walter B. Ford, where Dr. Best, introduced by Mrs. R. ...…

March 28, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 130) • Page Image 8

…"*" 1 NEW P MACHINES I 1s. 0a 1922 - - . . . days.) Number 130 Deans, Wednesday, March 289. M. L. BURTON. rsical Laboratory, Washington, D. C., i "The Application of Thermodynam- .ures will be given daily at 4:15 p. emistry building. All interested are W. L. BADGER. 1 be held for these courses on Saturday, April a, m. i R. M.WENLEY. 114, Physics building, at 10 o'clock Tuesday. A. W. SMITH. SHIPPAM, Assistant P. M. S. & T. are taking ...…

March 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 129) • Page Image 1

…AF 4 41 ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN SUNDAY, MARCH 26, 1922 SAS DEFEAT WOLVERII ,.; ;I " . e .I EEL- Etx OPERA T TIME Give senting of theI Detroit Symphony And Noted Artist Appear Tomorrow' Bendetson Netzorg, pianist, and the Detroit Symphony orchestra, Ossipl Gabrilowitsch, conductor, will give the final concert on the Extra con- cert series at 8 o'clock tomorrow night in Hill auditorium. Of special interest is the fact that Mr. Netzorg ...…

March 26, 1922 • Page Image 1

…ir. !3an "4tl SUNDAY MAGAZINE ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN, SUNDAY, MARCH 26, 1922 The Poets Who Are Coming Here I. Padraic Colum (By Lois Elisabetlh Whitcomob) ish Poetry." "The New ErPin Amer- The first mentioned of the five poets, tllece," (\ivniillan), appeared the The American Association of Uni- ican Poetry" is a volume of criticism, Padraic Colum, is n Irish poet and same month versity Women has arranged for a one of the most authoritative volum...…

March 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 129) • Page Image 2

…is secsnd nts expressed t............BRWSTER P. CAMPBE~LL ......................seph A. Bernstein ,..~ ~ .. ............]. P. L~ovejoy, Jr. .... ... ... ... ... .........J. B. Young G. P. Overton n M. B. Stahl -echt Paul Watzel naan....................L. Armstrong Kern er E. R. Meiss ...... ..........Thornton W . Sargent, Jr. ............................George Reindel ......................$lizabeth Viker .............................. R. . ...…

March 26, 1922 • Page Image 2

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUtND)AY, MAlCHl261, 1922 b " In Ti*me -of Peace - E(1lr W. Betrnard Butle1r) aluoinsum, anid other electrolytic for the factories whicls produce these problem is the most important prac- Prom peace to war, de tip1)s00 products. Congress still holds up ac- materials are potential munition tiesi problens confronting the Amei- gas, or fertilizers to hifts explosives ion, soil the issoe threatens to go lnospllants. T...…

March 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 129) • Page Image 3

…e~fthe largest coliseums in the ;ry is being 'built in. Detroit by' state for the Michigan State Fair ciation on the new fair grounds ortih Wo. d ward near the six mile These :grcoutds were just taken by the state last year. e building 'was designed by L. W. 17, state architect, who'~ is now izlgwith the buildings and grounds tment In connection with the al building addition, and is simi- L construction with the large field e the athletic depa...…

March 26, 1922 • Page Image 3

…si DX\ MtAlt II 261922 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE2 A teicak'. ew lagan-d'Azines -like Wave Editor's Note: T'his is te third of Te contents startetiot promis-, a series of articles dealing wills the ingly sitill a unique erse iby laniel new magazines. A fourths will appear Long, entiledl 'tninportant Dialog." at a eary ttte.The pitht is well sstained throughl (Ry311.;IT)S) the entire issue, "Decatence and Jolts A few years ago I. L. Mecken be...…

March 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 129) • Page Image 4

…ity for a iraternity or ernity house without ilding. You will be n. The grounds are arranged. LLSHOUSE SPANISH STUDENTS - TO PRESENT PLAY Los Intereses Creados, a play by Benaventa, foremost contemporary Spanish dramatist, will be presented by, La Sociedad Hispanica next Tues- day night. The play is modeled after the old Italian Comedias Dell Arte, with the conventional characters of Pierrot, Columbine, and Harlequin, and is being played by ...…

March 26, 1922 • Page Image 4

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE SUNDAY, MARCH 26, 1922 ItIb peisar syinptiy tor the Itl Y01YOV EER MtE.l) tes, and ('laude F'."Bragdoti, "Outlineo 1he Ij°silan ti cts pont of view, and an unusual; "Penguin Island," by Anatole of Chinese Art," by John C. Ferguson, Little 'heatre interest so the reionof1story-tlting Fiance. W. L. George says in his and 'Engravers and Etchers," byRiz itiitcl t is iesiiitle oleyugls-critica) book on the tameus Frenc...…

March 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 129) • Page Image 5

…', : a- - - -~ .4,,., I ISSUE SENERAL CALL FOOTBALL UN APRIL '18 Elaborate Yost's intention to be 6n the look- Bofout for any men who did.not have an opportunity to exhibit their prowess in the annual fall training. Considerable' added interest last VCICS year resulted from the competition LUTICES among the men in the football tourna- ment which was made a feature of Eormulat- spring practice. This tournament re- nt Coach sembles a track me...…

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…SUNDAY, MARCH 26, 1)222 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE 5 A History Professor Tells the Truth (A Reviewb yy .. ). E.) poetry in the biological aspect of love, pulse and counterpulse, eruptions and li erties are deprived right and left; It is only when my enemies have antd he is instantly heralded from all interuptions that have attended pro- reformers go snooping up back alleys been especially dentnicatory that T pulpits as a carnal "free-lover...…

March 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 129) • Page Image 6

…ler in~, STATE INTERSCHOLASTIC' BASKET BALL TOURNAMENT HERE MAR. 30, 31, APR. 1 ve Fa ing ad is esh s of Carl J t vers ever captai minen bard. rap- two mile event Ansteta and Shene- the field are doing around 10 minutes with lahn ease. The Indian meet seems to indicate e of that the squad is weak in the quarter' rrell mile department. Coach Hahn has next several men that are capable of do- ing around 52 seconds. Inexperience per- may be bl...…

March 26, 1922 • Page Image 6

…THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE StUNDAY, MARCH 26, 1922 m L, J waam77.m. - "THlE 111EAUTIFU'L AND) THEl JDAMNEID" IJL1/Is3 iiZa /IUI'OTS By F. Scott Fitzgerald (A R~eview by C. R1. B.) 1D)~ N ii ()1111114 II etsHz lg t 1 elo iptiuly sore Soome time ago 'TileBeatiful and 1AAIN." of lie power of lhis own ideal. And in Damned," by F. Scott Fitzgerald John lDos Passos. thiese two Sptain seemed to he mash-(Srbeswsevwdilthe (A Reiew ~ II 1). .) ts...…

March 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 129) • Page Image 7

…1 l6 rl .£YA.6l 1Vd'A I &/'4L+ 1 bed pj ents in pleasant surroundings undler direct observation of the Health Service staff that puts a heart into the student health movement." MOORE CHOOSES NEW UNION COMMITTEEMEN Mt wave Of i the cam- of the tUni- s little rea- ts-that one the failure ch a maxi- is the lack connection Dr. John Sundwall has been e of the Students' Physical department he has advocated nsion of the Health Service care for stu...…

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…Mt NDAY, IACII 26, 922 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE 1 liwi utterly childisli that the high schools have the assurance that Fifth, the patrons have more confi- to the fact that drink is forbidden, author of "This Side of Paradise" their high school diplomas will be ac- dence in, and are generally more will It is considered 'chic' to violate the should vrite such inane words! But cptable to ing to support, a high school recog- law." "I never in a...…

March 26, 1922 (vol. 32, iss. 129) • Page Image 8

…1@ rULiI TINI 'DIR is welcoi in the lig person w Id feel the ;uilty of n aracterize "heing re, tY OF record but I cannot mention them, they DN are too dark. In 1919 during the dark days of mar- tial law in the Punjab where the writer me to was an eye-witness also, unarmed ght of crowds were fired upon, cities bombed Ithout from aeroplanes, wounded deprived of at the ambulance aid, little children lashed ao ex- and flogged for "waging war ag...…

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…89 THE MICHIGAN DAILY MAGAZINE ItN-AY MRC 26, 1922 History Protessor Tells the Truth (Cotinued from Pa'ge 5) the solid-tire inventors; thus the auto- mobile trust disposed of the D~oble stern cur; thus Ford beat Selden ini the courts; thus it was declared iu amaiangly quictk fashio, that the recent "invention," "Frost-bites,' was a fund rathec than a conifection, ant thus today ari the steet, copper, soil aluminum intereuts ightinug ai new...…

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